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The Narigua House is Directly Set in Nature

 - May 2, 2014
References: dpc-arq.blogspot & mymodernmet
The Narigua House is literally nestled directly within the mountains of Mexico's El Jonuco community. Designed by P+O Architecture, the structure provides an all-encompassing 360-degree view of the surrounding hills, enabling inhabitants to interact with the natural landscape.

Narigua House is divided into three separate zones. In the first, storage space is provided. The second encloses the master bedroom and guest rooms, providing visitors with the chance to stay at the stunning home. The third encases a living room and kitchen, making it a fully-equipped abode.

Much as the pictures let on, this architectural masterpiece was also made with a deliberate effort to have it match its surroundings, hence its wooden exterior and glass windows.